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How do I make a reservation at White Oaks Conference Resort and Spa? 

White Oaks is offering a room rate of only $169.00 per night, plus taxes (double occupancy). It is recommended that you book your room before June 17, 2011. 
Reservations for conference attendees can be made online at: 
or by following the instructions below: 
Go to 
Click on the Reservation icon on the bottom 
Click on Conference Reservations 
Enter the attendee code: ciphi4763 
Complete the registration form and submit. Please note that if two people will be sharing a room only one person can register the guestroom online. 
Alternatively you can call 1-800-263-5766 to book your room. Be sure to quote the attendee code: ciphi4763 

Located on 13 acres in the heart of Niagara on the Lake and along the Niagara Escarpment and at the centre of Niagara area attractions including Niagara Wine Country, Niagara on the Lake, and Niagara Falls - White Oaks Conference Resort and Spa offers a Boutique hotel atmosphere with the services and amenities of a 5 Star Resort.

White Oaks is Ontario’s only combined 4 Diamond, 5 Star Resort boasting a truly modern, chic atmosphere with facilities that include LIV Restaurant – an urban dining experience featuring Niagara Regional cuisine and award winning Niagara Wines, a world class Fitness Facility with Wellness and Fitness programs included in the Resort Experience, luxury Full Service Spa and more.

Voted as one of the Top 7 Conference Facilities in Canada by the readers of Meetings & Incentive Travel Magazine for seven consecutive years, this Niagara Conference Resort has played a key role in the Niagara Region’s evolution into an international travel destination. White Oaks is minutes away from Niagara attractions such as the Shaw Festival Theatre, The Niagara Wine route, Casino Niagara, The Welland Canal, and many more world class Niagara area attractions.

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